Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up: Harnessing Real-World Experience for Transformative Change
The global economy has witnessed important changes in recent years.
The Politics of Downtown Development: Dynamic Political Cultures in San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
American cities experienced an extraordinary surge in downtown development during the 1970s and 1980s.
When Richard G. Hatcher became the first black mayor of Gary, Indiana in 1967, the response of Gary's white businessmen was to move the entire downtown to the suburbs, thereby weakening the city core.
A ground-breaking collaborative study merging perspectives from history, political science, and urban planning, The Separate City is a trenchant analysis of the development of the African-American community in the urban South.